Going LIVE – 2023/24 Executive Committee

Going LIVE – 2023/24 Executive Committee

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​The Raleigh Chamber is thrilled to announce the 2023/24 Executive Committee, which will lead the organization in the upcoming year with its dedication and support. This diverse group of business leaders includes some of the most successful and respected leaders in the region, bringing a wide range of experiences and expertise to the Chamber, which will help us continue our mission of further developing a thriving economy and enhancing our community’s quality of life.

Gary Greene, Greene Resources
Chair
 
Ernie Bovio, UNC Health Rex
Chair-Elect
 
Kristen Hess, HH Architecture
Treasurer
 
Russell Killen, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP
General Counsel
 
Adrienne Cole, Raleigh Chamber
President and CEO
 
Dan Cahill, Poyner Spruill LLP
Immediate Past Chair
 
Kevin Howell, NC State University
Past Chair
 
O’Hara Macken, S&P Global
Past Chair
 
Abha Bowers, Walk West            
Vice Chair – Communications
 
Laura Bunn, First Horizon            
Vice Chair – Revenue Development
 
Buzz Crosby, Martin Marietta     
Vice Chair – Economic Development

​Allyson Dickens, PNC     
Member At-Large
 
Roy Fralin, Fidelity Investments 
Member At-Large
 
Bonner Gaylord, Kane Realty Corporation
Member At-Large
 
Baker Glasgow, Clancy & Theys Construction Company
Member At-Large
 
Don McCorquodale, SAS Institute, Inc.   
Vice Chair – Government Affairs
 
Kevin McLaughlin, Duke Energy 
Member At-Large
 
Tia McLaurin, Google
Vice Chair – Entrepreneurship & Innovation
 
Shan Teel, First Citizens Bank     
Vice Chair – Raleigh Chamber Foundation
 
Tamara Terry, RTI International  
Vice Chair – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity
 
Courtney White, BASF   
Vice Chair – Member Services and Small Business

As we look toward the future, we are confident that this team will help us build on the progress we have made over the past year. With their guidance and leadership, we will continue to support the needs of existing industries, promote talent and workforce development, and advocate for the issues that are important to sustaining a vibrant business community in the Triangle.

​The Raleigh Chamber and Wake County Economic Development team will continue to invest in our 12 municipalities with a focus on talent, job creation, workforce development, supporting existing industries, and equitable economic development. We will also continue to partner with NC State University and leading companies to expand the work of the Business Sustainability Roundtable, develop transportation and transit systems with the Regional Transportation Alliance, and attract new resources of charitable funding with the Raleigh Chamber Foundation.

The Chamber will also continue to advocate for the issues that sustain a vibrant business community and work to make the Triangle region the most diverse, equitable, and inclusive business environment in the country with the Triangle DEI Alliance. With our Executive Committee’s support, we will grow future leaders through leadership development training and continue our dedication to businesses large and small through fresh programming, opportunities for connection, and hands-on assistance!



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